A heated corn syrup flow enters a glass filled with chilled tap water.
Flow Vis – Assignment 1 – Viscosity Dynamics
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Flow Vis Guidebook
- Introduction to the Guidebook
- Overview 1: Phenomena. Why Does It Look Like That?
- Overview 2: Visualization Techniques
- Overview 3: Lighting
- Overview 4 - Photography A: Composition and Studio Workflow
- Overview 4 - Photography B: Cameras
- Overview 4 - Photography C: Lenses - Focal Length
- Overview 4 - Photography C: Lenses - Aperture and DOF
- Overview 4: Photography D: Exposure
- Overview 4 - Photography E - Resolution
- Overview 5 - Post-Processing
- Clouds 1: Names
- Clouds 2: Why Are There Clouds? Lift Mechanism 1: Instability
- Clouds 3: Skew - T and Instability
- Clouds 4: Clouds in Unstable Atmosphere
- Boundary Techniques - Introduction
- Dye Techniques 1 - Do Not Disturb
- Dye Techniques 2 - High Visibility
- Dye Techniques 3 - Light Emitting Fluids
- Photons, Wavelength and Color
- Refractive Index Techniques
- Art and Science
- TOC and Zotpress test
This photo is awesome. I think that it really captures what you were going for and is a good representation of viscosity. The one comment I have would be to capture all the dyed parts of the fluid in the photo. My eye is drawn down the whole flow and I wish that I could see what goes out of the frame. I think if it was cropped differently or had the whole flow it would be a nice way to frame it.
The color contrast is done very well! The editing done to that enhances the fluid. It’s also interesting to see the stream going into the water and how visually the stream widens.
This is a really great shot displaying the viscosity of corn syrup in cold water! I like that you include the fluid before it hits the water in the frame, it gives a great reference of how the corn syrup visibly changes in different mediums. The contrast between the color and the grey background really helps pull the eye to the flow itself, you can almost see how it’s flowing in real time!